The road to get a new electric car to market is never smooth, as Apple has again learned. The firm's efforts to bring its design chops to U.S. highways has run into a roadblock, its project head is leaving.
New leaks and notes from an industry analyst continue to fuel rumors that Apple plans to launch a four-inch version of the iPhone later this year. The new phone would sport an A9 or M9 processor.
The answer seems to be yes, based on Apple's recent hiring of Doug A. Bowman. He's a leading VR researcher and up until now has been director of Virginia Tech's Center for Human Computer Interaction.
Apparently, Google has been paying big bucks to secure its place as the default search engine on Apple iPhones. Court documents reveal Google shelled out a whopping $1 billion for that honor.
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